There is no way there is anything all that titillating in the soft-serve that IS People Magazine’s cover story with Elin Woods Nordegren. I’d go so far to say that Elin’s “interview” with the mag was laid out in the divorce settlement in terms of what she would reveal. And guess what? There’s nothing wrong with that. Apparently, Elin is only 40 credits away from a degree in psychology. I call that the definition of irony.
“In 19 hours over four visits to her Windermere, Fla., rental home, Nordegren shared never-before-seen personal photographs and opened up to PEOPLE about the emotional roller coaster she’s been on, her life as a mother to Sam, 3, and Charlie, 19 months, and her hopes for the future.
“My immediate plan is for the kids and me to continue to adjust to our new situation. I am going to keep taking classes, but my main focus is to try to give myself time to heal,” she says.
She tells the magazine this was her first – and last – interview, as she intends to remain a private person.”
Tiger Woods, though, just released a statement when asked about the dissolution of his marriage, saying:
“You don’t go into a marriage looking to get divorced.”
Wow. Super heartfelt, huh? He still can’t totally own up to what he did to Elin and the kids by ho-ing around and publicly humiliating them.
Good luck with your game, Tiger.